The Udall FFA chapter attended the South-Central District horse judging contest and the entomology contest on Oct. 16. In the junior division, Hailey Southern placed ninth and Montana Saguto placed 13th. The team placed third overall.

In the greenhand division, Ella Johnson earned second. The team came in fifth overall. The senior team placed sixth overall.

In the entomology contest, the Udall chapter had four contestants place in the top ten, with Isaac Johnson in second, Jenson Harness in third, Jace Hopper in fourth and Wyatt Owens in fifth. The entomology team took first.

The school had its volleyball and football Pink Out games October 15, 17 and 18. The Udall FFA chapter had school clubs donate baskets to silent auction in support of the Alyssa Wilson Foundation. Pink Out shirts were available for purchase at $15 per shirt. Six baskets were donated, a free subscription to the Belle Plaine Newspaper and cornhole boards. Udall FFA chapter thanked Udall High School StuCo, Udall Middle School Leadership, Udall High School FBLA, Udall High School Musical Arts Department, Udall High School National Honors Society, and Belle Plaine Newspaper for donating.

Nine members attended the National FFA Convention the last week of October in Indianapolis, Ind. Two members gave a presentation for the Premier National chapter award and four members were invited on stage to receive two awards. One award was for Premier National Chapter finalists. The other award was for the Three-Star National Chapter. The members attended three sessions, the FFA mall, career expo and many other fun activities in Indianapolis.

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